Where to Go in La Brea, Los Angeles

The L.A. neighborhood has more than a dozen trendy new restaurants and boutiques selling home goods and fashions from up-and-coming designers.   The two-block-long District La Brea in midcity Los Angeles was long known for its contemporary furniture stores and eclectic art galleries. When the economy headed south in 2008 many of these spots closed, and the neighborhood became something of a dead zone. The area began to perk up in 2012, driven in part by Madison Marquette, a Washington, D.C. real estate company that invested in 11 mostly vacant industrial buildings and, in a bid to lure retailers, built individual storefronts in different styles. Today, the area has more than a dozen trendy new restaurants and boutiques selling home goods and fashions from up-and-coming designers. It’s one of the hippest drags in town.  Click HERE for all the trendy places La Brea has to offer.

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